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  1. I had the cold air intake option installed on my 2007 Sierra when I bought it. I need to find a replacement filter for it. The Kit number is 17800809. Any help is appreciated. THANKS Danny
  2. Hey so this is my first post and actual sole reason for coming to this site, but since I have looked around I actually like all the news and random discussions. But anyway onto my question.. I have a 2007 GMC Sierra 1500. If I'm not mistaken 07 they made both body styles of the truck, regardless mine is the newer one. I had a buddy backing out of a parking spot one day catch my rear bumper and bent it up. It didn't hurt anything else and I have drove awhile since this just shopping around. But he wanted to handle it without insurance which was fine I knew he was good for it. But I noticed today that there is an option for with or without back up sensors, which I do not have but I also noticed on more than one occasion that the one made for the sensors is cheaper. Will this affect the mounting of the actual bumper any or is it just a few small holes for the sensors and is just cheaper because it isnt such an indemand item???
  3. Hello My name is rich, I am an absolute newbie at troubleshooting like this. I have a 2007 GMC Sierra2000HD, it worked fine until yesterday night, someone pulled down hard enough on the shifting lever that the indicator will show as if it was in the R position. The vehicle, will not start now, the key will not release the steering wheel or shifting lever. The key was Not in the ignition when the damage occured. It is my work truck and i have to have it fixed by tomorrow morning or the world stops spinning, Please help me at least get started. Thank You Rich
  4. I was coming into town this afternoon from the farm and picked up a nail in my front passenger tire. The tire was completely flat when I came out of a store thus my adventure began! First off I could see the jack and tools under the back seats but I was unable to figure out how to access them and remove them to use. I physically tore the back of the rear passenger seat from its morrings to access the jack, then managed to get the wing nut undone on the jack handle pieces etc. from under the rear driver side seat. It was tedious and nuts! What am I not getting! How do I properly access and remove the tire jack and handle pieces etc. from under the rear seats?
  5. Vehicle is a 2007 Sierra WT with 75000 miles. I had my front brakes changed 3 days ago along with a coolant and trans fluid exchange at Sears auto. I had no issues until the second day of driving when I started my truck and the turn signal would make a right hand signal in the Off AND Right hand positions but there was no signal when placed in the Left hand position. So, there is no Left signal at all. I have attempted to jiggle any wire clusters under the steering and knuckle knock the area of the turn signal stick but to no avail. It doesn't seem like the service work would have anything to do with turn signals and that it could be completely unrelated, but that's why I am asking if it might. One electrical issue I've had since I bought the truck (second hand with 2,800 miles on it....was supposedly leased by a church prior to my purchase) is that very infrequently, once every few months, I will start the truck and the clock will incorrectly read 12:00 as if the battery had been disconnected or something...it's the original radio/clock. Other work done: slid off highway into tree lined fence in snowstorm on passenger side and had body work done; and rear ended while stopped at a light, offender probably doing 25 mph. More body work. Nothing else besides regular maintenance. Is this a relay issue? Is it possible the recent service could have initiated this failure? Any ideas? Thank You for any help, JC
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